Re: [videoblogging] Re: why itunes can still be beaten HARDCORE style
- 1. Addict? Yes. :)
2. Seems like an important thing we can do in response to iTunes 4.whatever
beyond lobbying for a videoblog category, is to begin "we want comments"
threads at Apple requesting comment capacity.
I've got a lot on my plate right now but perhaps someone could del.iciously
aggregate (welovevlogs) a list of pages at Apple (and elsewhere as big media
changes happen) where we can speak out as a group.
Everyone should go at least once to those Apple pages previously posted
herein and request a videoblog category and easily accessible comments.
P.S. Hope you're having a rip-roarin' good time in the hinterlands, Jay.
XOXOX to Ryanne.
"It isn't done alone."
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jay dedman" <jay.dedman@...>
Sent: Friday, July 01, 2005 11:42 AM
Subject: Re: [videoblogging] Re: why itunes can still be beaten HARDCORE
> (note: im still on vacation.i woke up early and drove 15 miles to the
> public library while ryan was asleep. addict?)
> peter, its always been about our voices....but the tools we've been
> building have helped spread the voices. we didnt just wait for big
> compnaies to make things happen. they are only doing ti becasue they
> see what is already being built and working.
> this is how we create an open playing.
> I am so psyched by iTunes playing podcasts and videoblogs.
> its just going to bring many more people to the table.
> but i wonder...will they encourage people to create and distribute
> their own media like freevlog does?
> will iTunes or others create conversations?
> or is it just a one way distribution stream like tradional media?
> its just so very exciting how fast we are all moving.
> i hope that i can watch your videos on my computer, TV, hand-held devices,
> i hope there are a million ways to do it.
> but for those of us building tools, its important to remember that we
> do have influence in how things are done.
> we're still part of the ecology.
> if it was just iTunes...or just ITunes, Google and Microsoft, ...not
> as exciting.
> <URL: http://www.momentshowing.net>
> Adventures in Videoblogging
On 7/2/05, petertheman <peter@...> wrote:"You can't predict the future, but you can invent it."
It will be so normal that videoblogging is X that we won't even
What exactly X will be is being defined by *us*. Right now.
So what is it gonna be?
- Dennis Gabor (inventor of holography and Nobel Laureate)